My title, Love Letters To A Man, refers to the internal battle that takes place in all of us through lifes transitions. There are struggles that women go through during love, loss of love, child rearing, empty nest period, and dealing with divorce, death and loss of friendships. All of these transaitions can have major and minor effects on us both personally and publicly. Also, our movement thru society experienceing success and failure due to race, sex, maritial status, age, generational placement colors our view of what our opinion is about life in general. Trying to find the balance in all those things, as well as the balance in personal obligations we can loose ourselves or a portion of ourselves if we are not careful. The book title and the poetry written is a reflection of the struggle I personally have gone through due to not being prepared for what life has thrown at me, early experiences that I had no understanding of, and the time it took to reflect on those things and find my internal voice and take the time to ask the questions that I needed answered to be able to move forward mentally and physically after each major loss in my life.
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About the Author
Elean Jackson is a student of life. She has been a wife, is a mother, and as both has worn all the hats that a wife and mother is expected to wear. Professionally this is the first venture she has made on her own in the field of writing. This book is a journey, exploration in internal reflection she has put into words in an effort to make sense of her life experiences.